Move over, Butter Cow: The Top 10 finalists from this season of “American Idol” will perform at the Illinois State Fair this summer. The American Idol Live! Tour also will swing by Ravinia in Highland Park for the first time. Finalists include C.J. Harris, Jena Irene, Caleb Johnson, Jessica Meuse, MK Nobilette, Alex Preston, Dexter
“Mad Men” launched its seventh and final season Sunday with “Time Zones,” an episode heavily laden with airplane imagery (spoilers ahead). When we first see Don Draper, he’s shaving in a plane’s lavatory before leggy wife Megan picks him up at the airport. “I fly a lot,” Don (Jon Hamm) later tells a TWA seat
Most “Game of Thrones” viewers could have been too shell shocked by Sunday’s corker of an episode to pay attention to small details like the accessories worn by the bride. Eagle-eyed fans might have noticed that Margaery’s tiara contained small copper roses, the flower that symbolizes House Tyrell. Costume designer Michele Clapton told Entertainment Weekly
Late-night TV’s love affair with middle-aged white men lives on.
It’s official: The ‘Late Night’ throne belongs to satirist Stephen Colbert.
In honor of Wrigley Field turning 100 years old (it doesn’t look a day over 95), WGN-Channel 9 is airing a two-hour special on the legendary ballpark’s history. “Wrigley 100: A Century Celebration” debuts at 7 p.m. April 20, three days before the 100th anniversary. There will be an encore airing at 4 p.m. April
You won’t get to sit in a spinning red chair, but you can watch a live performance from contestants on “The Voice” when they play at the Chicago Theatre this summer. Finalists from this season, which ends May 20 on NBC, as well as the show’s past stars will kick off their 31-show concert tour
An average of 6.6 million viewers tuned in at 8 p.m. (Central) Sunday for the fourth season premiere of “Game of Thrones,” HBO announced Monday, making it the premium cable network’s most-watched program since the finale of “The Sopranos” in 2007 (11.9 million viewers). The premiere jumped an impressive 52 percent and 23 percent off
And so it begins: The Who Will Replace David Letterman Game is in full swing after the legendary host announced his plans to retire next year. Since the well of middle-aged white guys named Jimmy has officially run dry, CBS could seize the opportunity to shake up the late-night landscape and hire someone with a
Sarah Palin popped up on “The Tonight Show” Wednesday to make some “Happy” music with host Jimmy Fallon, who reprised his role as Russian President Vladimir Putin for the occasion. After all, Palin and Putin are practically neighbors. It was a humorous, lengthy skit that played off Palin’s claim that she predicted in the 2008